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Dec 27, 2012 4:00am PST
singing. anne hathaway is going to win the oscar for best supporting actress, i think that train has already left the station. > very cool. one other thing i should note, i saw it, and i appreciated being able to follow the story a lot better in the film version, and also the lyrics, i could understand the lyrics a little bit better than in a theater. > > tom hooper kind of plays the film almost more like an opera more than sort of a musical, there are not a lot of big dance numbers and camera movements. the anne hathaway number that everyone is talking about, it's just a camera right on her face, and just letting her do the numbers, and that i think is very successful. > that's the beauty of film. you get those closeups. you don't get that on the stage. > > absolutely not. > what about "django unchained?" > > "django unchained" is a very entertaining quentin tarantino film, sort of a spaghetti western meets blaxploitation film. a western that i think adult males are really going to have a lot of fun with, probably up until when "zero dark thirty" comes out next month, kathryn bigelo
Jan 3, 2013 4:00am PST
no. 1 spot this weekend. > i would love to get your comments on what's going on with the oscar nominations. they are having a tough time doing those ballots this year. > > they added an online balloting system for the voters this year, and some people were having some problems, so they extended the deadline by a day. we have the nominations coming out next week. i don't know what that means. maybe that means "the best exotic marigold hotel" is not going to get the nominations because the old people can't figure out the ballots. i don't know. it's not as big a deal as people are making it out to be, but maybe next week we will see them nominate some really good films, and the people who can't nominate stuff, maybe they shouldn't be nominating stuff. > there were a lot of enjoyable films last year. good to have you on the show as always. > > thank you. > erik childress. just head, investors showed no fear in the market yesterday as stocks soared. why that has one trader a bit worried. dan deming of stutland equities joins us now for a closer look at the so-called "fear gauge." go
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